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3- Do not pour solution when the tank it is on the machine. In fully automatic
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4- Espresso machines have separate water passage for Hot water from steam
pipe and espresso dispensing. Flush the solution from both sides, alternatively.
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pause of 3 to 5 minutes turn machine on and make one large espresso (4-oz.).
Repeat this process until all of the solution in the tank is used up.
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completed by making 6 espresso with or without coffee (using pre-ground cycle
when available).
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